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Subject: Re: King's Kinsfolk: Richard II's kinsman, Edmund Staffiord
Date: 30 Aug 2005 15:07:23 -0700
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Aren't these two different Maud de Camvilles?
Burke's Peerage 107th Edition (2003) - i.e. after the Vernon entry was
"sorted out" at Volume III p 3996 (Vernon of Kinderton) says that
Richard Vernon dvp 1322/3 married "Maud daughter & coheir of William de
Camville, 2nd Lord Camville of the 1295 creation".
Dugdale's Baronage of 1676, Volume 1, page 159 says that "Sir Richard
Stafford of Clifton, knight, which Lordship he possessed by reason of
his marriage with Maud the daughter & heir to Richard Camvile of that
place" [quoting as his reference "Ex. Col. S. Erdswike"].
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